Daily Archives: January 7, 2016

Brains in Pain Cannot Learn and Maltreatment the Developing Child

Buried deep in the brain’s limbic system is an emotional switching station called the amygdala, and it is here that our human survival and emotional messages are subconsciously prioritized and learned. We continually scan environments for feelings of connectedness and … Continue reading

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Children: The Play deficit

When I was a child in the 1950s, my friends and I had two educations. We had school (which was not the big deal it is today), and we also had what I call a hunter-gather education. We played in … Continue reading

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Design Thinking Resources

Design thinking is a different approach to problem solving. Rather than planning first and testing with customers later, organisations are learning to take a human-centered approach. This means getting involved with your communities from the beginning of a project, and … Continue reading

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Citizen Participation Resources

We believe real change comes through social innovation; an open exchange between people to reach a higher goal. Our innovation experts help you design an innovation process that helps you find the best method for your organisation. We guide your … Continue reading

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